Residents of the Journey's End Mobile Home Park who were displaced by the 2017 Tubbs Fire can apply now for residency at the new "Laurel at Perennial Park" affordable apartment complex, which is located at the site of the former mobile home park at 3575 Mendocino Ave.
Burbank Housing is in the initial stages of leasing the apartments and is continuing to reach out directly to the residents of the mobile home park to inform them of their priority eligibility to apply, and has extended the deadline to apply to May 15, 2023, at 4:30 p.m.
Former Journey's End residents who are interested in residing at Laurel at Perennial Park should visit the Burbank Housing website and submit a pre-application. All former residents who submit the required pre-application by the May 15th deadline will be entered into a lottery to establish the order in which their applications will be processed and evaluated for housing eligibility.
The first phase of the Laurel at Perennial Park senior affordable community is nearing completion. It will consist of 94 one-and-two bedroom apartments for low-income residents ages 62 and older who earn between 30% and 60% of the area median income. Rents will range from $668 - $1,605 depending on income and the number of household members. Once completed with phases two and three, the complex will add 162 apartments for low-income seniors in Santa Rosa.
The project marks a significant milestone in Santa Rosa’s recovery following the Tubbs Fire. Santa Rosa-based nonprofit Burbank Housing and San Francisco-based Related California are partnering to build the affordable complex. The approximately $117 million project is funded through federal low-income housing tax credits, Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery funds, local funds, and loans.
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